Six who are willing to fight bravely with everything they have, mostly with love in their hearts, against Cabhan. In these final moments, Branna has been struggling to find the right potions and words to defeat Cabhan once and for all. So much rides on it being perfect in order for them to finally live their lives in peace. But there is a piece of the puzzle that makes all this more difficult. The love that has both comforted and separated Branna and Fin. It is known that Fin is Cabhan’s son because he wears a mark, a curse that was bestowed upon him from the dark witch when she first encountered Cabhan all those years ago. This curse that has distanced Branna’s heart from truly loving Fin the way she once did. The separation kills Fin to no end even though he tries to bring himself back into Branna’s heart time and time again. It comes out in a dream that Fin is part of a close descendant of the O’Dwyer’s giving him light and dark powers, a powerful advantage against Cabhan. There is so much at stake and they all just want this to be over. As they prepare to battle Cabhan one last time, will Branna be able to finally let herself truly love Fin and let him back into her heart? As a remarkable trilogy comes to a close the romance and magick will live on! This has definitely, by far, been the best paranormal romance adventure of my life. I can’t wait to restart the trilogy over again.
Connor O’Dwyer, brother to Branna O’Dwyer loves what he does, a proud and respectable falconer. He’s had the privilege of having a new member of the family join them in their home, Iona and she couldn’t be more than happier to be with them. She’s also found love in a man named Boyle. Connor’s had quite a few women in and out of his life, none that have touched him in a way that has meaning, except one, Meara. But Meara won’t let herself give in to the love she’s had for Connor, nor let him give in to her, despite how they feel for one another. But trouble is still afoot with Cabhan still surfacing from time to time. But with things getting tougher for them Connor doesn’t want to lose the opportunity to be with the woman he loves but will Meara finally give in to her feelings and let herself succumb to Connor’s love? Shadow Spell picks up so beautifully after Dark Witch with ten times more romance and magic spread throughout the pages. The determinations and struggles of the characters are felt and believable that you stand on the outside rooting for them to win.
Iona Sheehan is warmly greeted and accepted by her cousins, Branna and Connor O’Dwyer. As she makes herself at home she finally feels like she belongs. She gets a job working the stables with her cousin, Connor, which is perfect because of her love for horses. It’s where she meets the handsome, yet oh so stubborn Boyle. Things are well but there is a dark and ancient evil that surrounds them. Together, the 3, Branna, Connor and Iona must discover a way to rid the darkness that has been shadowing over their family before it’s too late. The introductions and chemistry between each character had me turning the pages wanting to know more about them. It had me wanting to know more about their magick, their interests, what or who they love. Dark Witch is the perfect paranormal romance story.